International taxation

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Aspen Law & Business, 1998 - Business & Economics - 739 pages
By offering both the "insider" and "outsider" perspectives, the authors greatly reduce the intimidation factor that characterizes this area of study.

Special Features:

-- This engaging new casebook helps students do what practitioners do -- find patterns, identify conflicts, make characterizations, and allocate tax attributes

-- The book focuses on core topics and helps students make important connections between theory and practice

-- The material builds in complexity, giving instructors great flexibility in structuring their course

-- The book's flexibility also enables you to choose the scope and depth of coverage

-- Upon adopting Kingson and Blum's International Taxation, you can receive free supplementary materials that include the OECD Treaty, as well as relevant codes and regulations keyed to the casebook

-- The accompanying Teacher's Manual -- also available on disk -- provides answers to all the problems, as well as suggestions on choosing material when time is tight

-- Helpful pedagogical aids include: excellent problems; numerical examples; notes; charts and exhibits, as well as letters from prominent firms to the government; and legislative history.

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